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Road Trauma Support ambassador Mark Daniels talks redefining disability at the ICCWA Grassroots Falls Festival - take two

ICCWA and Road Trauma Support WA Ambassador Mark Daniels spoke in front of more than 270 health pracitioners and falls specialists from across WA and Australia at the recent Grassroots Fall Festival Take Two in Fremantle on February 16 and 17. The two-day conference looked at some of the grassroots ...
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World Day of Remembrance in Cockburn Gazette

Road Trauma Support WA's World Day of Remembrance for road traffic victims held at the Fremantle Sailing Club on Sunday November 20 was covered by the Cockburn Gazette on December 13 2016. The article featured RTSWA client Bev Abela, singing a song she had composed especially for the occasion as a t ...
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Road Trauma Support WA Summer eNews

Road Trauma Support WA wishes you a safe and peaceful festive season Although it has been a significant year of achievements for the Road Trauma Support WA team, it has been a year in which, sadly, we have seen the road toll rise almost uniformly across the country. At the time of going to print, ...
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Road Trauma Support WA backs funding for National Trauma Registry

Road Trauma Support WA welcomes the Government’s commitment to fund the Australian Trauma Registry. The Registry will gather more comprehensive data on the number and type of severe injuries due to road crashes and allow governments to plan and implement better road safety strategies across W ...
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Road Trauma Support WA commemorates the 2016 World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims in Fremantle

Road Trauma Support WA commemorates the 2016 World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims in Fremantle

Road Trauma Support WA marked the World Day of Remembrance (WDR) for Road Traffic Victims at Fremantle Sailing Club on Sunday November 20. The event has been marked across the globe each year on the third Sunday in November to remember the millions killed and injured on our roads each year, togethe ...
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Remembering those killed or injured on our roads

The World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims (WDR) is commemorated on the third Sunday in November each year - to remember the many millions of people who are killed and injured on our roads across the globe. It is a time for families, friends, loved ones and colleagues to come together to ...
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Practical Support for our First Responders

Practical Support for our First Responders

Road Trauma Support WA will join with WA charity Sirens of Silence for a second time on Monday October 31 to present a workshop especially tailored to emergency services personnel. Titled ‘Working with Grief, Loss and Trauma: How to Support Yourself and Others’ this day long workshop wi ...
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Road Trauma Support WA speaks with 6PR's Gary Adsead following a horror 12 hours on WA Roads

Road Trauma Support WA speaks with 6PR's Gary Adsead following a horror 12 hours on WA Roads

Road Trauma Support WA's Georgia Sweeting spoke with 6PR's morning presenter Gary Adshead on Tuesday April 17 following a horror 12 hour period on WA roads in which five people lost their lives and more than a dozen were seriously injured. The conversation talked about possible reasons for the spike ...
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Mobile Zombies - The West Australian reports on increasing risk of injury and death playing Pokemon Go

Mobile Zombies - The West Australian reports on increasing risk of injury and death playing Pokemon Go

The West Australian's lead story on Wednesday August 3 looked at the concerns leading road safety organisations are expressing about the threat of injury and death posed by those playing Pokemon Go either as pedestrians or behind the wheel. Police voiced there concerns about a high number of infring ...
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RTSWA joins RACWA for the Country Week RAC Bstreetsmart 2016

RTSWA joins RACWA for the Country Week RAC Bstreetsmart 2016

More than two thousand high school students from regional WA poured into Perth Stadium this week for the RAC WA Regional BStreetsmart 2016. This powerful road safety event is run by the RAC with the help of WA Police, Department of Fire and Emergency Services, Royal Perth Hospital, St John Ambulance ...
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RTSWA manager Gary Hurst joins WA Treasurer Mike Nahan on Perth Tonight

RTSWA manager Gary Hurst joins WA Treasurer Mike Nahan on Perth Tonight

Road Trauma Support WA a/manager Gary Hurst joined WA Treasurer Mike Nahan on Wednesday June 15th to chat with Chris Ilsley on 6PR's Perth tonight about the introduction of the Motor Vehicle (Catastrophic Injuries) Act 2016. The introduction of a $99 levy on motor vehicle registrations will fund lif ...
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Road Trauma Support WA backs lifetime support for those catastrophically injured on our roads

Road Trauma Support WA backs lifetime support for those catastrophically injured on our roads

ICCWA and Road Trauma Support WA believe cover for those catastrophically injured on our roads is a humane solution to devastating physical, emotional and financial loss. ICCWA Chief Executive Venessa Wells says the introduction of the Motor Vehicle (Catastrophic Injuries) Bill 2016 on July 1 in We ...
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